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T-Mobile CEO John Legere will step down

The surprise move comes as speculation revolves around Legere's ability to be a leading contender to become the next CEO of WeWork – though Legere reports that he wants to take the job.

  Mike Sievert to become T- The new CEO of Mobile
Legere will be replaced by Mike Sievert, who is currently the President and Chief Operating Officer of T-Mobile ( TMUS ) . The company has stated that Legere will remain on the board and will assist in the company's upcoming acquisition of competitor Sprint ( S ) .

Sprint is controlled by Japanese investment giant SoftBank, which also has a controlling stake in WeWork.

  John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile, will retire in April

[19659007] WeWork is looking for a new CEO after Adam Neumann was forced to be fired when the company was forced to scrap its initial public offering plans because of concerns about its corporate governance and rising losses.

But Lehrer said during a conference call with analysts on Monday that he had never had discussions with WeWork, adding that rumors of his leaving made things "uncomfortable" as he was already in the process of thinking of T-Mobile's succession plan.

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